Britain Since 1945: A Political History, Fifth Edition

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Please try again later. One person found this helpful. An excellent book that is useful to all students of British History. I was particularly pleased to see a section on Ireland included as it is all too often neglected, even though our histories are so intertwined.

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  • David Childs takes a multi-disciplinary approach with a 'panoramic' view of society from a political perspective. Some are single-handed exercises 1 , others, like the volume under review, are collective undertakings 2 , but it seems that all have one point in common: The motif does not consist in publishing the results of novel personal research, but in giving a convenient, readable narrative based on the best recent literature. The acid test is therefore the clarity of the exposition, considering the difficulty of giving a manageable synthesis of all the complexities which have characterised the United Kingdom since , and as this book includes Ireland North and South , the task is even harder.

    Kathleen Burk, the competent Editor, aptly ends her Introduction on a reflection drawn from A.

    Britain Since 1945: A Political History

    He then examines the great themes of debate and essay-writing! The Conclusion bears an ominous title: Describing the end of the century, she writes that, compared with the mood of ,. On balance, she concludes in favour of continuity, answering Yes more or less to the question which she asks herself: Two phenomena were wrongly perceived as indicating convergence.

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    For Mandler, Hoggart did not perceive the. Obviously, there could be no policy of immobility in the fast-changing, post world. But of course, one can welcome and anticipate change or one can deplore and try to retard it 9. What was the alternative? Suez also precipitated the decline, not of Imperial sentiment which remained vivid , but of Imperial reality.

    Readers unfamiliar with the complexities of Irish politics, North and South, will find an excellent history of party politics, with the action of the various politicians since de Valera.

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